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Matreshka celebrates Winter Olympics2014

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Camera Canon Canon PowerShot A710 IS
Exposure Time 1/1250
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Category Quilting
Type Table Decor
Style Traditional, Ethnic
Gail Kleidon on craftsy.com

What materials did you use? 100% cotton fabrics, hand appliqued and embroidered, machine quilted.

Gail Kleidon on craftsy.com

This is one of the designs by The Patchsmith used for the Winter Olympics 2014 Mug Rug Swap, coordinated by Michelle from The Quilting Gallery website. I hope my swap partner loves it and enjoys using it.

02/14/2014 Flag

looks very nice :-) i only wonder why americans call this doll babushka? It is Matreshka, and usualy this dolls have red cheecks and pretty dresses like young girls, and babushka is grandmother in russian.

02/16/2014 Flag

Yes, I'm confused too, maybe because I'm Australian. I thought a babushka was the triangular-shaped head scarf I wore when I was a teenager. I've also seen this doll called a matryoshka, but thank you, Elena for your information.

02/17/2014 Flag